Technologies and media

Meludia Makes Music Simple, Beautiful, and Easy To Learn

To help people learn music theory concepts in a fun, pleasing way, Meludia offers a beautifully-designed series of little gamified classes, beginning with the ability to determine whether a melodic sequence is rising or falling, before proceeding to more complex stuff.

Evolver.fm

Nigeria: 'Media, Key to Growth of Entertainment Industry'

The role of the media is critical in advancing the growth and development of entertainment industry in Nigeria.

All Africa

A New Model for Music: Big Bands, Big Brands

Don't blame Lady Gaga, SXSW or even Doritos. The consumer wants all the music that he or she desires — on demand, at a cost of zero or close to it — and we now live in that perfect world.

The Telegraph

How Streaming Music Will Change Culture… for the Better

In the olden days (i.e. 20 years ago), recording artists had to convince you to fall for their music once — just long enough to buy a CD.

Evolver.fm

Musique numérique : Neil Young lance le “Pono Player”

Le chanteur et guitariste canadien Neil Young a annoncé lundi qu'il allait lancer cette semaine un lecteur de musique portable et un service de téléchargement haute définition, afin d'améliorer les possibilités d'écouter de la musique numérique.

Nouvelle Tribune

Beats Hopes to Serve Up Music in a Novel Way

There's a new subscription music service in town, one that purports to know you and your music tastes better than you know them yourself.

The New York Times

Musistix Offers A Weekly Musical Analysis of Pop Music

Ever wondered what makes a pop music hit? Or what's so refreshing and catchy about the latest No. 1 pop hit?

International Business Times

How live music is evolving with the digital age

Digital music isn't just a recorded thing: there are a growing number of ways that digital technology – from apps and social media to big data – is having an impact on the live music market.

MusicAlly

Why Musicians Don't "Like" Facebook Changes

Even this isn't new—"virtual" promotions can be traced back to the dawn of the Internet. Message boards, band websites and email newsletters helped pave the way, and remain part of today's publicity picture.

Future of Music Coalition


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